Oak-Land Middle School 7th Grade Supply List
Thank you for purchasing the correct supplies to help your child have a successful year.
GENERAL Supply List:
1 Oak-Land Middle School Planner ( Donation)
1 3-inch binder (heavy duty works best) - Please no zip around binders.
1 pack of 8 tab/dividers with pockets (plastic dividers work best)
3 college-ruled spiral notebooks (science, math, and US History)
1 composition notebook ( wide or college rule)
1 zipper pencil pouch (put i n 3-ring binder or bring to each class)
2-3 packs of pencils or mechanical pencils (put 2 i n pencil pouch - keep the rest in locker)
1 eraser ( put in pencil pouch)
1 pack of blue or black ink pens (put 2 i n pencil pouch - keep the rest in locker)
1 pack of red ink pens for correcting (put 2 i n pencil pouch - keep the rest in locker)
1 pack of colored pencils ( keep in your locker)
1 pack of highlighters (put 1 in pencil pouch - keep the rest in locker)
1 set of earbuds or headphones (keep in your locker for the entire school year)
MATH Supply List
Pre-Algebra: Scientific Calculator TI-30XS Multi-View
Algebra 7: Graphing Calculator T I-84 CE, Plus, or Silver ( used or new)
BAND / ORCHESTRA Supply List
1 1-inch heavy duty 3-ring binder that will open flat on music stand
1 pack of 5 tab/dividers ( put i n 3-ring binder)
1 zipper pencil pouch ( put i n 3-ring binder)
5 pencils ( put 2 i n pencil pouch and donate 3)
1 black dry erase marker ( for pencil pouch)
1 Essential Elements Book Two - for your instrument.
1 Music Stand for AT HOME practice
PHYSICAL EDUCATION Supply List
1 Of Each: Appropriate clothing for all weather
- shorts / sweatpants
- socks and tennis shoes
- swimsuit / towel
1 combination lock
Thank you! We appreciate your help.
2-3 boxes of tissues
1 pack post-it notes
1 4-pack dry erase markers
1 Disinfectant wipes
1 Hand sanitizer
1 Pack of glue sticks
For a printable version of this list go here
In Other News
Two members of the high school robotic club presented to our 8th grade science classes.
About a dozen sixth graders are part of the newly formed Space Club. They’ve been meeting virtually after school working on engineering design challenges centered on an epic journey to the Moon.